Zilla – Derived from “Godzilla”
Gooji – Derived from “Gojira” (Godzilla's Japanese name)
Moo - A play on the Japanese word “Mu” meaning "void" or "nothing"
Golem – Named after the Golem from Mythology
Henger – Derived from the Japanese word “Henge” which means “to transform”
Monol – Short for “Monolith”
Naga – Named after the Naga from Hindi Mythology
Gali – Hebrew name meaning “Wave”
Jell – Derived from “Gel” or “jelly” but they resemble an Amoeba
Suezo - ???
Tiger – Mistranslated with the Japanese name “Rygar” which derived from the Japanese word “Raiga” meaning “The Thunder Fang”
Bajarl - ???
Baku - Their physical appearance is much like a cross between a hippopotamus and a dog. Earlier designs showed them to be more tapir-like, reflecting the legendary Turkish baku.
Beaclon - ???
Centaur – Named after the Centaur from Greek Mythology
Color Pandora – Derived from "Koropendora". ("Koropen Juggle" trick)
Duckens (Dakkungs) - ???
Durahan - based on the Irish legends of the Dullahan.
Gaboos - ???
Jill – Derived from “Chill”
Kato – Derived from “Cat”
Mocchi – resembles mochi, the Japanese dessert made of pounded rice and wrapped in cherry leaves.
Undine – based on the German legend about a girl named Undine who came from the ocean.
Nitons – Derived from Ammonite
Phoenix – Named after the Phoenix from Mythology
Zuum - ???
Lesione – Derived from Plesiosaurus and Loch Ness Monster
Madillo – Derived from Armadillo
Xenon - the Greek word ξένον [xenon], neuter singular form of ξένος [xenos], meaning 'foreign(er)'
Janne – originated from Joanne of Arc
Mia - A pet form of "Maria", which is itself the Latin equivalent of "Mary". "Mary" is originally from the Hebrew for "bitterness". Other possible meanings include: "rebelliousness" and "beloved-child
Granity – Derived from Granite
Big Blue – Implying that he’s big and blue
Dragoon – Named after a Dragoon which is a member of any of several cavalry regiments in the British army.
Chariot – named after a Chariot which is pulled by a horse
Celious – Derived from Celsius
Lilim – Based on Lilin/Lilim/Lilith from Jewish Mythology and Mesopotamian demonology
Jagd Hound – Derived from Jagdhund which is German for “Hound”
Dino – Derived from “Dinosaur”
Hare – Named after a wild hare from reality
Pixie – Named after the “Pixies” from Folklore which are types of fairies
Gray Wolf – Named after a Gray wolf from reality to imply that he is a wolf with a color Gray
Renocraft – Derived from “Renovator tool” and “Art Craft”
Ape – Based on an Ape
Melcarba – Derived from “Metal” and “Scarab”